Suffolk University

Suffolk University

ABOUT THE SCHOOL
Founded in 1906, Suffolk University is a medium-sized, 4-year private university located in the historic neighborhood of Beacon Hill in the heart of downtown Boston, offering an urban setting where academic buildings and residence halls are all within a 10-minute walk. The university places a strong emphasis on experiential learning, small classes, leadership development, and internships and career connections. Suffolk students benefit from their close proximity to Boston’s top employers – including the key financial, health care, biotechnology, and start-up industries; advertising agencies; and government institutions. The most recent academic building at 20 Somerset Street opened in fall 2015, a state-of-the-art building that houses general and science classrooms equipped with the latest in education technology. Suffolk offers undergraduate degrees in more than 70 majors and over 30 graduate programs. Students may take courses at the University’s Madrid campus and choose from among 59 study abroad programs. For more information, see http://www.suffolk.edu/explore.php.

MOST POPULAR MAJORS
Business, Management, Marketing, Social Sciences, Psychology, Visual and Performing Arts. For a complete list of undergraduate majors, see http://www.suffolk.edu/academics/124.php.

FAST FACTS
Undergraduate students: 5,454
Graduate students: 1,232
International students: 23%
Student-to-faculty ration: 13:1
Classes with fewer than 20 students: 42%
4-year graduation rate: 41%
Selectivity: Selective
Fall 2015 acceptance rate: 82%
SAT mid-range test scores: 500-620 (Reading), 500-580 (Math)
ACT mid-range test scores: 20-25
Application deadline: Feb 15
Tuition and fees: $35,440
Room and board: $14,730

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
International students will be considered for institutional merit scholarships when they apply for admission. They must submit their admission application by the university’s published deadline in order to be considered. These scholarships are competitive and limited, and are awarded based on students‘ academic records. International students are not eligible for need-based financial aid.

HOW TO APPLY
For detailed information about the application process for international students, see www.suffolk.edu/admission/undergraduate/67412.php

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